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=Planned=
 
=Planned=
==IPv6 introduction with Wilco Baan Hofman 16 november 2012==
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==BGP  for beginners: 29th January 2013==
Wilco Baan Hofman will give a talk about IPv6, how it works, how it can be deployed, how routing works and why IPv4 has been obsolete since 1996.
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Abouttheroute does what he likes best: Talking about the routes! In this workshop we will focus on the basics: what is BGP, where is it used, some basic LAB's etc.  
  
Wilco Baan Hofman is one of the founders of the spacefed project and currently working on<br>
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If appreciated by the crowd: An advanced session can be arranged on a later date.  
roaming secure wireless between hackerspaces (spacenet), a standards-based IPv6-only VPN mesh<br>
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between hackerspaces (spaceconnect) and creating a hackerspace authentication trust federation<br>
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(spacesaml). He is co-founder and treasurer of Bitlair, the hackerspace in Amersfoort. He is <br>
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also working in the NOC team for the next big dutch hacker event OHM2013.
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Date will be somewhere in the end of November.
 
===Details===
 
===Details===
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When: 18th of January 2013, 0xf00d 18:00, workshop start: 19:00
 
Where: Randomdata space<Br>
 
Where: Randomdata space<Br>
When: 16 november 19:00
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Who: [[user:Abouttheroute|Abouttheroute]]
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Needed: Laptop with IP running
  
===Agenda===
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===Who's coming?===
 
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Max 10 persons
To be announced!
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#[[user:Abouttheroute|Abouttheroute duh]]
 
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#Fish_
===Who's attending?===
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#zkyp
Max 10 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.<br>
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#MishMash
Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.
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# Deatzor
 
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#AK47
Please add yourself to the list.
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# Wilco, obviously!
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# Da [[Fish]]_, what else? :D
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# MishMash
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# Eightdot
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# AK47
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# Manfred
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# [Com]Buster
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# Deathzor
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# iTdeal
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Please leave your name if you would like to attend
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Prio on #randomdata people's, guests are kindly asked for a donation for the space.
  
==BGP and IPv6 with Iljitsch van Beijnum 30 november 2012==
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===Topics requested===
BGP and IPv6 expert Iljitsch van Beijnum has been so kind to come to RandomData to give a talk about IPv6 and BGP!
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If you have any (beginners) BGP topics you would like to discuss during this workshop: suggestions are welcome :)
 
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For a lot of folks Iljitsch doesn't need an introduction: For the rest of us:
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(Stolen from Ars Technica) http://arstechnica.com/author/iljitsch-van-beijnum/
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In the late 1990s, Iljitsch worked in the Internet Service Provider business in the Netherlands. <br>
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In 2000, he became a freelance writer and networking consultant. He wrote "BGP," (O'Reilly, 2002) <br>
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a book about the BGP routing protocol, and "Running IP6v" (Apress, 2005). Iljitsch <br>
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is currently putting the finishing touches on his Ph.D. work at the telematics department at <br>
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Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) in Spain. He contributes articles about network protocols<br>
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such as IPv6 as well as Apple-related topics to Ars Technica. When his iPhone is out of podcasts,<br>
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he contemplates writing science fiction one day.
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An other small detail: I've learned the basics of  BGP using the book Iljitsch wrote, I I'll consider it a honor to have him in Randomdata!
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===Details===
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Where: Randomdata space<Br>
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When: 30 november
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===Agenda===
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To be announced!
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===Who's attending?===
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Max 10 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.(and routing nerds :) )<br>
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Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.
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Please add yourself to the list.
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# Abouttheroute
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# Fish_
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# LuckY
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# Wilco
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# AK47
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# Stef
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# MishMash
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# Eightdot
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# [Com]Buster
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=In the pipeline=
 
==Gaming night(s) next TBD==
 
==Gaming night(s) next TBD==
 
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|Keymasters, add yourself!
 
|Keymasters, add yourself!
 
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=In the pipeline=
 
==BGP  for beginners==
 
Abouttheroute does what he likes best: Talking about the routes! In this workshop we will focus on the basics: what is BGP, where is it used, some basic LAB's etc.
 
 
If appreciated by the crowd: An advanced session can be arranged on a later date.
 
 
Date will be somewhere in the end of November.
 
===Details===
 
Where: Randomdata space<Br>
 
Who: [[user:Abouttheroute|Abouttheroute]]
 
 
===Who is interested?===
 
Please leave your name if you would like to attend
 
 
===Topics requested===
 
If you have any (beginners) BGP topics you would like to discuss during this workshop: suggestions are welcome :)
 
  
 
==To CTF or not to CTF. How to be a leet ctf'er!==
 
==To CTF or not to CTF. How to be a leet ctf'er!==
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#Kalola
 
#Kalola
 
#iTdeal
 
#iTdeal
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=Requests=
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Please write down your requests here, don't forget enough details and your name
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==[REQUESTED] Workshop/Seminar Software-defined networking==
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I'm not even sure if this is the right place to request such a thing, but he! I can try, right? So what is Software-defined networking all about? I've been reading about this subject for a bit and the subject just doesn't land. It's still too abstract for me. I might have been reading the wrong papers but I prefer to learn interactively. So is there anybody else who wants to learn about Software-defined networking? Let fan out and find someone who is prepared to do a workshop on this subject. Suggestions?
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===Status===
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We can organize "something" with one of our partners/sponsors, they are expert in visualization, does that ring a bell?
  
  
 
=Archive=
 
=Archive=
 
==2012==
 
==2012==
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#[[Workshops_Archive#BGP_and_IPv6_with_Iljitsch_van_Beijnum_30_november_2012]]
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#[[Workshops_Archive#IPv6_introduction_with_Wilco_Baan_Hofman_16_november_2012]]
 
#[[Workshops_Archive#HITR2NDB_2012_edition]]
 
#[[Workshops_Archive#HITR2NDB_2012_edition]]
 
#[[Workshops_Archive#Gaming night(s)]]
 
#[[Workshops_Archive#Gaming night(s)]]

Revision as of 21:31, 8 January 2013

Planned

BGP for beginners: 29th January 2013

Abouttheroute does what he likes best: Talking about the routes! In this workshop we will focus on the basics: what is BGP, where is it used, some basic LAB's etc.

If appreciated by the crowd: An advanced session can be arranged on a later date.

Date will be somewhere in the end of November.

Details

When: 18th of January 2013, 0xf00d 18:00, workshop start: 19:00 Where: Randomdata space
Who: Abouttheroute Needed: Laptop with IP running

Who's coming?

Max 10 persons

  1. Abouttheroute duh
  2. Fish_
  3. zkyp
  4. MishMash
  5. Deatzor
  6. AK47

Please leave your name if you would like to attend Prio on #randomdata people's, guests are kindly asked for a donation for the space.

Topics requested

If you have any (beginners) BGP topics you would like to discuss during this workshop: suggestions are welcome :)

In the pipeline

Gaming night(s) next TBD

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Check the Gaming page :-) Gaming_night

Open day, Date TBD

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Randomdata is opening their doors in a free format way to start some activity's yourself.
We have DIY Activity's from 10:00 till 17:00.
We might do some presentations too. As soon as we have a date we let you know!

Sample Activity's

Keymasters available during the day

Who From Till Does What Keymaster
Fish_ 10:00 14:00 doing Arduino Hacks, IDS stuff, Randomhacks Yes
zkyp 13:00 17:00 Talking about hackerspaces and answering questions (presentation?) Yes
Keymasters, add yourself!

To CTF or not to CTF. How to be a leet ctf'er!

How win all the capture the flag games? That's what everyone wants to know! Me^WWe will give a short introduction on how to crack the challenges and win the game.
This night is brought you by several hack in the box.nl ctf members!

The Workshop details

When: 30th of August 18:00 0xf00d and 19:00 start
NEW DATE PLANNED SOON! Where: Le space
Who: DrWhax
On this workshop you will learn:

  • A short introduction of playing the wargames/ctf
  • How to attack various challenges.
  • Find 0dayz!

Stuff you need: A laptop, your hax0r mindset.

Who's attending?

Max 15 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.
Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.

Please add yourself to the list.

  1. Fish_
  2. Mortal (non-member
  3. junk

Build your own camera: NEW DATE SCHEDULED SOON!

Every body has one, isn't it a dedicated camera then it's one in your phone, ipod, etc.
In this session we will bring you back to the old days, the days when it al started: 1816.
We will build a real pinhole camera and test it. Afterwards we are able to test it and scan our pictures.

The Workshop details

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When: NEW DATE SCHEDULED SOON 18:00 0xf00d, 19:00 start workshop
Where: The space
Who: fish
On this workshop we will do:

  • A short introduction
  • Build a pinhole camera
  • Use the camera
  • Develope the films (may-be color, otherwise B/W)

There can be some small costs for the material, more info later.

Who's attending?

Max 6 persons, first come first serve with priority on members.
Non-members will be kindly asked for a donation.

  1. Please add yourself to the list
  2. DrWhax (non-member)
  3. Kalola
  4. iTdeal

Requests

Please write down your requests here, don't forget enough details and your name

[REQUESTED] Workshop/Seminar Software-defined networking

I'm not even sure if this is the right place to request such a thing, but he! I can try, right? So what is Software-defined networking all about? I've been reading about this subject for a bit and the subject just doesn't land. It's still too abstract for me. I might have been reading the wrong papers but I prefer to learn interactively. So is there anybody else who wants to learn about Software-defined networking? Let fan out and find someone who is prepared to do a workshop on this subject. Suggestions?

Status

We can organize "something" with one of our partners/sponsors, they are expert in visualization, does that ring a bell?


Archive

2012

  1. Workshops_Archive#BGP_and_IPv6_with_Iljitsch_van_Beijnum_30_november_2012
  2. Workshops_Archive#IPv6_introduction_with_Wilco_Baan_Hofman_16_november_2012
  3. Workshops_Archive#HITR2NDB_2012_edition
  4. Workshops_Archive#Gaming night(s)
  5. Workshops_Archive#Lego mindstorms playground: Tuesday 21-02-2012
  6. Ham_radio
  7. Workshops_Archive#DIY_Amateur_radio_license_.26_The_21th_century_Radio_-_Kickoff_17-01-2012

2011

  1. Workshops_Archive#SC_101:_March_18th
  2. Workshops_Archive#Lomo-.2FAnaloge-_Photo-graphy:_26_july_2011
  3. Workshops_Archive#Hack_in_The_Random_2600_NL_Data_Box:_26th_of_November_2011

2010

  1. Workshops Archive#Arduino introduction workshop: 2 March
  2. Workshops Archive#Build a overhead projector beamer: 9 March
  3. Workshops Archive#Digital laws by BOF 1: 23 March
  4. Workshops Archive#Cisco playground 1: 7 April
  5. Workshops Archive#Arduino playground 1: 13 April
  6. Workshops Archive#LED board building: 24 April
  7. Workshops Archive#Pure-Data Workshop: 14 May
  8. Workshops Archive#DIY IDS: 18 may
  9. Workshops Archive#Office espionage: 22nd of June